The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention (CPVP) and the Conflict Studies Center (CSC, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania) invite NGOs and civil society actors, academics, activists, and policymakers to join us on March 2nd, 2023 at the International Symposium on Security and Peace (ISSP 2023). About the Conference
The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention is pleased to announce that selected papers from the 2021 International Symposium on Security and Peace (ISSP) have been published in the Journal of Political and Administrative Studies of the University of Port Harcourt. You may see and download the journal here: JPAS
CPVP Founder and President Charles Wratto joined Hans van der Loo, Chairman of the Institute for Integrated Economic Research, and other key climate actors at the 2022 Climate Change Summit held in Bucharest, Romania. #cpvp #climatechangesummit
To all our friends, volunteers, and partners: thank you for making Dance Romania 2022 – powered by CPVP.org a great event! Special thanks to our amazing dance instructors, to our fantastic Dj M.I.G , to our #photographers, #videographer, and to all of you who contributed and participated in the third
The upcoming Dance Romania 2022 event powered by CPVP.org is discussed by TV Host and Producer Maria Cinar-Jiga and CPVP’s PR Manager Camelia Jula during the multicultural television program Transilvania Policromă, at TVR Cluj. Find the full discussion starting with minute 29:40 in the video below:
Discussing Dance Romania 2022 – powered by CPVP.org with Andrei Nistor on Știrile Transilvaniei. With Camelia Jula, Dj M.I.G, Charles Wratto
The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention invites you to Dance Romania 2022. Dance Romania is an intercultural humanitarian dance event that is open to every community represented in Romania, to all its inhabitants: locals, expats, students, NGOs, and civil society, the young and elderly, individuals with special needs, migrants,
Over the past weeks, the Center for Peace and Violence Prevention has worked closely with the Nigerian Embassy in Romania, to help coordinate the evacuation efforts of Nigerian and other African students seeking refuge in Romania. So far, over 1,000 Nigerian students have been evacuated through the Romanian – Ukrainian
On March 5th 2022, CPVP sent a van to #Ukraine containing food, medical supplies, blankets/warm clothing, and other essential goods for babies, women, and children. We are still garnering support to send in a second convoy in the coming days. Please remember there’s a #war ongoing, which means most Ukrainians
We are collecting emergency supplies for Ukrainian refugees fleeing to Romania. You can donate blankets, pillows, warm clothes (for women and children mostly), masks and disinfectants, nonperishable food, hygiene products (tampons, diapers, feminine hygiene, soap, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.), powder milk for babies, small toys, other children related products (nonperishable as
School children in conflict zones suffer from the trauma of war. They always fear bad things could happen again. Boys and girls live under the constant threat of abduction, rape, trafficking, physical and mental injuries, and death. This is true in Nigeria, where since 2015, parts of its northern region
Professor Owunari Abraham Georgewill, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt, will give the opening speech at the International Symposium on Security and Peace (ISSP) on November 30th, 2021, jointly held by the Center for Peace and Violence Prevention and the University of Port Harcourt. Professor Owunari Abraham Georgewill is the
Peter Mousaferiadis, CEO, Cultural Infusion, delivered a keynote speech on “The Role of Culture in Building a Secure and Peaceful World” at the International Symposium on Security and Peace (ISSP) on November 30th, 2021, jointly held by the Center for Peace and Violence Prevention and the University of Port Harcourt. Peter
We are pleased to have had Dr. Nnimmo Bassey as a keynote speaker at the 2021 International Symposium on Security and Peace. Nnimmo Bassey is an architect and director of the ecological think-tank, Health of Mother Earth Foundation (HOMEF) based in Nigeria and a member of the steering committee
The Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria and the Center for Peace and Violence Prevention, Romania International Symposium on Security and Peace November 30, 2021 Call for Papers The Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and the Center
The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention (CPVP) invites you to Dance Romania, Cluj Edition, 2021! Dance Romania is an intercultural humanitarian dance event that is opened to every community represented in Romania, to all its inhabitants: locals, expats, students, NGOs and civil societies, the young and elderly, individuals with
We feel honored for the opportunity to have discussed our works across Africa and Europe on Leuchtgedanken. In an interview with host Franz Wilhelm, Nina Popanton, CPVP’s Country Director Austria, highlighted the significance of our works, her personal experiences on the ground in Mali and her concept of developmental strategies
We are pleased to welcome our new interns: Maria Lungu, Teodora Blaga, Emma Romitan, Magdolna Șușanu and David Eddarine to CPVP! Each intern will work under the mentorship of a senior team member on various projects. It’s an honour to share knowledge with emerging young professionals who will tackle the current and
On April 12, 2020, the Va Ajutam Din Cluj initiative, which we are a part of, delivered 100 packages with food to the families of the remote Giurcuța de Sus village. Since the coronavirus lockdown, the only grocery shop in the village has been closed making isolation even harder for
CPVP was present at the major job recruitment event in the IT&C sector in Cluj-Napoca, the “Silicon Valley” of Eastern Europe. Cluj Tech Society took place on November 15-16, and welcomed more than 5.000 participants, offered 500+ jobs in IT, and had more than 50 invited speakers. CPVP was represented
Casa Tiff, the home of Transylvania International Film Festival, hosted CPVP’s Vintage Donation Fair on Saturday, November 9. The Vintage Donation Fair was organized in order to raise funds for the refugee families in the Faladjie camp in Mali. Thanks to our wonderful donors, who gave numerous vintage decorations, jewelry, clothing items
November 6 marked the debut of CPVP Movie Night series in Romania. The first feature film chosen to be screened was Abderrahman Sissako’s 2014 Timbuktu. The movie centers around the disruption of life of a cattle herder’s family in Mali after the onset of Jihadist take-over in Timbuktu. CPVP’s Marinela Popescu
On October 15-16 , CPVP Romania presented the Center’s projects at the biggest recruitment event in Cluj-Napoca, Târgul de Cariere. More than 4,500 job seekers attended, registering an impressive 1,300 direct applications on the spot. Charles Wratto, CPVP President and Founder, took the stage and spoke on “Attitudes that Make
In an interview with TVR Cluj, Charles Wratto, CPVP Founder, discussed the urgent need for Refugee protection in Mali, and why Refugees should be protected in their home countries.
The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention is proud to have been represented at the 5th Humanitarian Congress held in Vienna, today March 29th, 2019, by our esteemed Country Director, Nina Popanton.
We are happy to inform you that CPVP has delivered the emergency food items to the 305 refugees in Mali.
The Center for Peace and Violence Prevention (CPVP), is deeply honoured for the award of Peace Ambassador.